|Digibarn: Erik Klein-and-the-IBM-PC @ 25 (2006) - Bruce Damer, Digibarn Computer Museum|
Erik Klein's movies of the original IBM PC (model 5150) booting into PC DOS 1.0 and other applications. Part of the 25th anniversary of the 1981 launch of the IBM PC (August 12, 2006). Digibarn site reference: http://www.digibarn.com/stories/ibm-pc-25/index.html
Keywords: Digibarn; computer history; ibm pc 5150
|DigiBarnTV: Steve Wozniak tour (Dec 14, 2006) - Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell|
DigiBarn curator Dr. Bruce Damer and co-founder and videomaker Allan Lundell lead Steve Wozniak on a tour of select artifacts at the DigiBarn Computer Museum on December 14, 2006 following a documentary shoot held at the DigiBarn and Ancient Oaks Farm.
Keywords: Steve Wozniak; Apple II; Bruce Damer; Digibarn; vintage computing
|DigiBarn TV: Apple @ 30 (Apple in the Garage) Panel - Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell|
The DigiBarn Computer Museum hosts a special panel at the Apple @ 30 (Apple in the Garage). This was part of the Vintage Computer Festival, Nov 4, 2006 held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The panel included Steve Wozniak, Daniel Kottke, Andrew Wigginton, and others. The focus was on those who worked in Steve Jobs' parents garage assembling the Apple 1 single board computer.
Keywords: DigiBarn; computer history; Apple computer; Apple 1; Steve Wozniak
|DigiBarn TV: Bruce Damer on How William Shatner Changed the World (Discovery Channel) - Discovery Channel (Canada)|
DigiBarn Curator Bruce Damer appeared on Discovery Channel Canada's program "How William Shatner Changed the World" which was shot at the Digibarn on March 1st, 2005 and then aired in Canada in November and December 2005 and aired throughout the US and other countries on the History Channel in March 2006 and since. This segment tells the story of how nerds in the 70s who had watched Star Trek in the 60s went on to create the personal computer revolution.
Keywords: William Shatner; Star Trek; DigiBarn Computer Museum; Vintage Computing; Altair computer; Cray Computer